Lesson Plans Details
TopicTo draw lesson plan.
PostedSun, Jun 02nd 2019 22:23 PM
Outline the main topics or ideas you wish to cover during the lesson. The overview will function as the foundation upon which the lesson will be built. The curriculum you wish to cover may be too much for the time allotted. If this is the case, simply break your lesson plan into sections. This allows you to speed up or slow down depending on the amount of time remaining. Learning is dynamic. As you engage with students, encourage them to question and share ideas during the course of the class but be mindful of the time and the lesson plan. The lesson plan is your guide to ensure the learning goals you`ve set for your students are met in the time allowed.
Make a master copy or template of the planning pages you use, and write or type those activities that stay the same each week and the times they occur. Make several copies of the new page to replace the blank lesson-plan pages, but don`t copy them too far in advance, in case you change your weekly schedule. Then just fill in the blanks on the copies with specifics for the week.